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Racial Lynching in the United States (en español)

This map uses research from African American sociologist Monroe Nathan Work to pinpoint the location of the 4,000+ racial lynchings that occurred in the United States since 1848. This resource is in Spanish.
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This resource is intended for educators in the United States who are applying Spanish-language resources in the classroom.

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Language

Spanish
Also available in:
English — US

Asunto

  • History
  • Social Studies
  • Human & Civil Rights
  • Racism

Racial Lynching in the United States

Racial Lynching in the United States

Credit:
Plain Talk History, Monroe and Florence Work, Licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

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